I wrote a blog post about the HTML5 Boilerplate framework, specifically, and frameworks in general for the Pluralsight blog that was published yesterday. Check it out:
Why you should care about frameworks
You can also check out my Pluralsight course on HTML5 Boilerplate if you’re interested in learning more about it.
If you follow us on Twitter or Facebook, you may already know that we recently released our first theme to the official WordPress repository. It’s called Museum Core. Museum Core is the product of over a year of development. A solid foundation built on responsive design, HTML5 and CSS3, with a theme options page that… (read more)
In a long line of “wow that’s not really a surprise at all”‘s, Google has dropped (or is dropping, or is no longer actively developing at any rate) Wave. Cause of death: lack of user adoption. In a blog post today, Google announced that, while they still think Wave is awesome, everyone else didn’t immediately… Continue reading Buh-bye to Wave
Adobe launched a new ad campaign today along with a response to Steve Jobs’ declaration that Flash will never be supported on iPhones, iPads, and iPods last week. (In fact, they’ve added a whole new Freedom of Choice section on Adobe.com.) There are a few amusing (and somewhat contradictory) statements in Adobe’s open letter (like this one: “If… Continue reading adobe fights fire with…teddy bears
i’ll spare the discussion of how Flash is dead because Steve Jobs says it is. while i agree with him on all of his points, i’m not really into the all bow to the great and mighty Steve camp, even while the rest of the industry bows to the great and mighty Steve. (i may… Continue reading signs that Adobe Flash is on the way out